Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School's Full Profile
Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School says
We are a small, nurturing environment for adolescents; a place where high expectations, excellent academic practices and dedicated faculty provide differentiated instruction to students. Our mission is to work with families to prepare each student academically, emotionally, intellectually and socially to succeed in college and beyond. Our unique internship program allows students to take advantage of partnerships with New York City organizations and businesses. Consider our school if you strive to become a skilled problem-solver and effective communicator, adventurous and willing to take intellectual risks, and an active and positive contributor to the school and local community.
Expeditionary Learning Curriculum, Work-study Internships, Crew Advisory (12-15 students work with a staff member to receive leadership development, college prep and community building), intensive mini-courses to explore student's area of interest; additional AP Courses as we expand
Students participate in interdisciplinary learning across all subject areas.
Program Specialization: Humanities and Interdisciplinary
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Student Teacher Ratio
13 : 1
56% Male / 44% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School.
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
There were 16 incidents of bullying last year at Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School, which equals 0.0305 incidents per student.
Academic Tutoring, Aerobics, Band, Baseball, Basketball, College Trips, Community Service Projects, Drama, Homework Help, School Newspaper, Student Government and Planning Committee, Track, Yearbook; Club offerings will expand based on school growth and student interest.